Zmrzal Dolina

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Zmrzal Dolina
A deep valley surrounded by tall cliffs on all of its sides. A river runs along one of the cliff walls. It is swift and deep but it creates a calm pool at one end of the valley. This is where the horses can quench their thirsts for at all other parts of it they might be swept downstream by even just giving one step into the icy water. On the large plateaus at the top of the cliff walls there is always a thick layer of snow and there is usually a thin layer of snow on the valley floor. The only reason why the river doesn’t freeze over is because of its swiftness. This valley is in an endless winter because of where it is situated at the top of a high mountain. There is good grass underneath the thin layer of snow but most horses are too lazy to just paw at it to get to the grass and they usually starve to death or grow very thin. Never will any wind be felt in this valley for the walls of rock keep all wind out, it doesn’t keep out rain and more snow however. There are trees at the same end as the calm pool of water where horses can go for shelter if it does snow or rain. The treetops are thick and usually also covered in snow, which makes the spaces underneath it stay damp and dark. If you wander far enough into this miniature forest you may get lost because of walking in circles and end up starving to death and never seeing light again. Sometimes the mud even gets a bit thick and it is almost impossible to walk because it holds you in a vice-like grip when you stand in one place too long. This usually happens when the snow starts to melt slightly and there is a sun, shining overhead. Mostly brave or foolish horses dwell here but some horses seem to enjoy the thin icy air that this valley has to offer.

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